The Ridley Park waterplay area will not be on for the rest of the week, possibly including at the weekend as they are awaiting delivery of the chemicals required to run it.
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Advice and support for families living with Dementia available from the Community Hub (previously Clintons Cards) in Keel Row Shopping Centre next week - 11 am until 2 pm on Tuesday 17th May.
Get your entry in for our 2022 gardening competition.
Click here to go to our Blyth in Bloom page for more information.
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Port of Blyth officials are to host the Port’s Annual Public Meeting 2022 in person following two years where the event took place online due to COVID restrictions.
Designed to give those with business and community interests in the town information on the record-breaking performance of the Port in 2021, the meeting is scheduled for Monday 25 April at the Port Training Centre in Blyth.
As well as a presentation on the financial and operational performance of the Port and the launch of both the trust port’s Annual Review for 2021, the event will feature the latest news of the Port’s exciting plans for the future.
A live Q&A with Chief Executive Martin Lawlor and Chair of the Board of Commissioners Geoff Hodgson will offer stakeholders the opportunity to ask questions on any aspect of port activities. Questions are encouraged and will be accepted beforehand via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Port of Blyth Chief Executive Martin Lawlor, said: “We’re delighted to be able to welcome our stakeholders back to an in person version of the Annual Public Meeting, with sensible precautions in place of course, after such a long time away.
“As an independent Trust Port, we work on behalf of a wide range of stakeholders and their input at our Annual Public Meeting each year is both encouraged and highly valued.”
Also on show on the day will be the fabulous winning entries from the Port’s popular Annual Community Photography Competition 2021, whilst attendees will be able to take advantage of a networking opportunity over coffee and cake.
The event will take place on Monday 25 April at 5.30pm and is open to anyone who would like to attend via registration beforehand. For anyone who cannot attend in person, the meeting is also being streamed online via Zoom webinar.
For further information and instructions on how to register to take part, visit www.portofblyth.co.uk/port-to-host-annual-public-meeting-2022